These are the properties that apply to all of the different types of container controls that can be added to a component.
- Container Begin Properties
Container Begin Properties are used with many of the container types available inside the [Container] option.
- Editor Properties
- Editor Set Properties
An editor set is used to contain editor containers.
- Frame Begin Properties
A Frame can be placed around multiple controls in the controls tree. This allows the controls to be visually grouped together when the application is run.
- Frame Control End Properties
The [Frame] container's end tag has properties that allow you to set a break after the frame.
- Free-form HTML
Property settings for the free-form html container.
- Genie settings
When the 'Genie style' checkbox in the 'Tab/Accordion Control Properties' section is checked, then a number of 'Genie settings' will appear. These settings structure how the genie will appear when the component is run.
- Server-side Enable/Disable Expressions
- Tab/Accordian Control Properties
Creating a Tab Control gives you access to the Tab/Accordian Control properties. The Tab Control is located inside the 'Containers' dropdown menu on the UX Controls page. The Tab Control will also need to include a Tab Pane inside of it and the Tab Pane will also need its own control underneath it.
- Tab Pane Properties
Property settings for the [Tab Pane] container.
- Tab Spacer Properties
- Window Properties
The Window Properties section of the control properties menu appears when you place a 'Container' control with a 'Window' sub-type in the UX.
See also the Containers section of the documentation.